Passmores Academy continues to be a vibrant and exciting place to be in every day. We are of course very privileged to have the amazing resources available in our lovely building but that is not the best of us. You will see how we embrace the new and emerging technologies of the 21st Century but continue to ensure that positive relationships and respect are the driving forces for what we do.
Last Thursday we held the second of our Cultural Appreciation Days, this time focussing on religion.
At Passmores, we have been entering the Futuechef competition for the past 12, years reaching the National final stage three times. Today, George and Daisy went head to head to vie for their place in yet another final. There are four stages in total and all Yea...
100 students had the opportunity to watch one of Shakespeare’s more politically contentious plays be brought up to date this morning (Weds 27/11/19), as they watched a live broadcast of The Taming of the Shrew. In usual productions of the play Kate, a tempestuous daughter, is m...
On Thursday, a visiting theatre company performed A Christmas Carol for all of year 7. This Christmas classic is a sentimental and moving text that immersed our students in a Yule-scented melange of hope and faith and love.
Passmores Academy is looking forward to an evening of sparkling festive fun and good cheer, as it prepares to host its annual Christmas Fair this December.
Students in English prepared for Children in Need by writing their own Pudsey ‘Thankful Notes’. There are some beautiful notes of gratefulness, including thanking parents for their love, being thankful for homes, education, clothes and warmth. A really humbling experience for all s...
Drama students, gifted English students and Shakespeare fanatics loving watching the RSC broadcast of Taming of the Shrew. #RSCShrew https://t.co/d5AUkGftZw
Join us at Passmores Christmas Fair! An evening of sparkling festive fun and good cheer awaits, with stalls selling gorgeous gifts, goodies and food. Admission £1 for adults/50p for school-aged children (under 5's go free!) Friday, 6th December, from 6pm – 8.30pm.